The fundraising apparatus and political network designed to keep the people engaged in “domestic terrorism” in Georgia out of jail is connected to the Democratic Party and its proxies.
Manuel Esteban Paez Teran was a 26-year-old activist who joined his friends in protesting a planned public safety training center—coined “Cop City” by critics—in Atlanta forestland. They camped out in the area to halt its construction. But they brought with them more than s’mores, sleeping bags, and Teran’s they/it pronouns.
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